IC Tower Index 2021 call for entries

By Christian Shelton14 July 2021

IC Towers INDEX

Do you own any tower cranes? If so, it’s time to submit information for our listing of the world’s largest tower crane owning companies. It ranks tower crane-owning companies by fleet size using their IC Tower Index value.

This figure is obtained by adding together the maximum load moment rating, in tonne-metres, of all tower cranes in the fleet. The listing must only include cranes that you will actually have in your fleet on 6 August 2021. Please do not include cranes you have on order but are yet to receive, or cranes you have sold out of the fleet.

If necessary, send us a fleet list with make, model, capacity, number of units, and so and we can make a calculation from that. Download the 2021 IC Tower Index form via the link at the bottom of the page

Please return completed forms to: alex.dahm@khl.com as soon as possible and by 6 August please. To help illustrate the article feel free to submit some high resolution images showing your cranes in action, with a few details of the cranes and the project.

The complete index will be published in the September issue of International Cranes and Specialized Transport magazine.

Supporting documents

Click links below to download and view individual files.

 
IC Towers 2021 Entry Form.pdf Size: 205.4 KB Click to download
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